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FOX News
Apr 8, 2010 3:00pm EDT
information about the toyota recall. what did executives know and when? this thing is growing and we'll have it for you next. identity theft, one of the fastest growing crimes in america. even if you think you're doing everything right, and hiding that social security number, you must still give it to your employer, your doctor, your accountant, insurance, school. the list goes on and on. and the identity thieves know who you must give it to. that's who they target. if they can get your personal information... they can turn it into money. basically you're on your own. you really don't know where to turn. the bank can only, you know, make sure the credits go through. fifty-eight different individuals are using... my old social security number. but there is one place you can turn... for real protection and real peace of mind. lifelock. a member called in and i could tell... that it was going to be a serious conversation. there had been two mortgages taken out in his name. he didn't have the time or the money... to take care of this problem and lifelock did it for him. lifelock is proactive pro
FOX News
Apr 5, 2010 3:00pm EDT
in from the associatedded press and news core, our wire service. toyota is about to get slapped with a big fine. toyota motors is accused by the transportation secretary ray lahood of knowingly hiding a dangerous defect for months, not taking action to protect the public and the united states government is seeking a fine against toyota for 16 -- let's see, $16.4 million. the accusation is that toyota hid this sticking pedal defect. they knew about it and hid it for months and as a result they should pay a fine. this is from the transportation secretary ray lahood. we've spoke spoken to our and drew napolitano and he says this is a small fine considering the damage caused. 2.3 million vehicles recalled and accusation people decide as a result but nothing has been found yet. the judge says they should pay it right away because it's a small fine and if they don't, the united states government will sue them to demand they pay $16.4 million, toyota motor company to the united states government as fine for not telling folks about the sticky pedals. >> the butler bulldogs in indiana tips off agai
FOX News
Apr 13, 2010 3:00pm EDT
problems for toyota. consumer reports -- it's one thing for consumer reports to say you might want to avoid this one. consumer reports put the stamp do not buy on a luxury vehicle from lexus. we'll give you the details. plus they take a chunk out of every one of our paychecks but how does the u.s. government spend our tax money? have you ever wondered where your money goes? there was no way to figure it out but there is now. the new fox news taxpayer calculator and you're going to want to see this coming up next. for the first time in nine years consumer reports magazine is warning readers do not buy a certain vehicle. it's made by toyota owned lexus. according to this magazine, the 2010 lexus gs460 surface from a serious rollover risk because the electronic stability control system doesn't work, they notified nhtsa and lexus plans to retest the vehicle. the latest black eye for toyota already forced to recall more than 8 million vehicles because of safety problems. >>> more on this on our website. >> it's all your money. the big day is almost upon us, tax day in the u.s.a.! how is the gove
FOX News
Apr 1, 2010 3:00pm EDT
. down 8% compared to march of '09, with us, gerri willis. >> for toyota it was terrible. can you imagine worse headlines? they came back with incentives. if you bought a toyota you might get cash back or zero percent financing. you will see it show up in the earnings numbers. >> shepard: why are ford and gm up so much? >> they played the incentive games but ford extended product line and they have a lot of cars. you knew them for trucks. the ford f150 but taurus, fiesta, fusion, they have new versions and people are responding. mileage is up too. 40mpg. >> shepard: on what? >> on the taurus and the fiesta. >> shepard: that's a high number. >> big numbers and people are responding. >> shepard: what's wrong with chrysler? >> they didn't do incentives. >> shepard: are they in trouble? >> they have been for a long time. >> shepard: real trouble? >> they've lagged and they've gotten smaller. you wouldn't recognize them at all. they have had a hard time with the incentive game. >> shepard: i never heard about mercedes and bmw. they're working on a different crowd? >> everybody was up across th
FOX News
Apr 21, 2010 3:00pm EDT
the asian car companies made better cars. surprisingly this poll goes a lot of areas and shows that toyota's reputation has taken a big hit. premature rust, suvs that roll over, 8 million car recalled. a quarter of those polled believed toyota was the maker of the best car on the market. now only 15% believe so. ford's reputation, shepard, is almost doubled since 2006. 18% of those polled pointed to ford as the maker of the best car, they get points for a good, fuel-efficient car and they didn't take bailout money. gm steady at 18%. chrysler has a problem. 3% of those polled believe that chrysler makes the best auto out there. as a sign of economic times, 60% of the cars sold in america today are used cars. >> shepard: interesting. brian wilson. thank you. >>> we're asking you today over at foxnews.com/shep what you think and what your next car will be. made in america or somewhere else. foxnews.com/shep. you can influence this very much. the question is, will the next car you buy be made in america? if you notice the video in the window, it will show how the elevators work. i know you kno
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